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Mallorie Rasberry

Mallorie graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2008 with a Bachelors of Accountancy and immediately followed with a Masters of Accountancy and passing the Certified Public Accountant exam. She worked with KPMG and a large regional firm before joining our team. Mallorie leads our office team and is the point person for commissions and escalated needs.

 Mallorie and husband Jim, own Rasberry Financial Services, an independent investment firm as well as co-owning a retail store in downtown Laurel, The Laurel Mercantile. You can also find them behind the scenes and on the big screen as cast members in the HGTV hit show, Home Town. Both are also very involved with the downtown revitalization efforts and economic development in their hometown. 


“It was a natural fit for me,” she said. “I had watched the firm, how they work with their agents and treated them like family. I knew I wanted to be part of that.”

“Our team is here to help the agent and their staff achieve their goals. Organization of our events, commission questions, pending business and other administrative duties come under my direction but I’m happy to help on any question the agent has.”
 

Some trivia about Mallorie:

I wish I could be more

fit and healthy

I can't live without

my phone and coffee

Words people use to describe me

hospitable, thorough, really good at Excel spreadsheets, thrifty

Me in a word

real

In tough times, you will find me

very calm and collected

Weird phobias

wasps, roast beef, wearing socks to bed

Favorite foods

chicken spaghetti, sketchy Chinese buffets, cereal of any kind

Favorite bands or artists

DMB, Ray Lamontagne, Otis Redding

Currently reading

Garden&Gun and HGTV magazines

Good stuff

DIY, old homes, old buildings, things made in the USA

Favorite movie

Father of the Bride 1 and 2 -- I HAVE to watch it if they are on the tv

Favorite color

strangely enough ... white

Favorite saying or advice

Every bucket has gotta sit on its own bottom